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Basal Implants

The jaw’s basal bone is its strongest bone. Since the basal bone makes up the stress-bearing portion of our skeleton and is extremely robust, it never resorbs throughout life, allowing dental implants to be placed there to be instantly loaded with teeth.


1. Advantages

The basal bone provides excellent quality cortical bone for retention.
Basal implants are used to support single- and multiple-unit restorations in the upper and lower jaws. . Implant apex engaging basal cortical bone have better load and stress transfer giving better Biomechanics and Biology for long term success of Dental Implants .
This basal bone is more resistant to resorption and Infections. Hence Basal Bicortical engagement is better than an implant tip engaging the trabecular bone (which is softer) which does not have enough capacity to accept the loads.
Their structural characteristics allow placement in the bone that is deficient in height and width.
Since the basal bone is the strongest structure, we can immediately load the denture within (72 Hours) three days maximum.
No waiting period for chewing food.
Cost effective.
Because basal implantology includes the application of the rules of orthopedic surgery, the basal implants are also called as “orthopedic implant”. Treatment outcome is perfectly predicted with the help of advanced technology, and along with the mock-ups.


2. Procedure

Day 1- Implant Placement.
Day 2 – Try Inn.
Day 3 – Prosthetic Delivery.
They can be placed in the extraction.
sockets and also in the healed bone.

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